The official account of IRONMAN @ IRONMANtri has published in its social networks that the double world champion and Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee It will take the exit at IRONMAN Ireland, which will be held next June 23.
.@AliBrownleetri will tread new territory and test full distance waters for the first time ever on 23 June - but IRONMAN Ireland, Cork will not walk in the park. #RoadToKona pic.twitter.com/fpB8rysd9n
- IRONMAN Triathlon (@IRONMANTR) June 4 2019
Alistair, who this year had participated in sprint and Olympic ITU tests, giving us to understand that he was preparing the possibility of being in Tokyo 2020, will now participate for the first time in an IRONMAN test. You only have to win to be in Kona, unless those who are ahead of him are already classified.
Already qualified for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship
Alistair, with his second place this year in the IRONMAN 70.3 Marbella, got the pass for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship to be held in Nice in September. In this test if he participates, that everything indicates that he will, he will face Javier Gómez Noya, Jan Frodeno, Patrick Lange and Sebastian Kienle among others
Triathlon European Champion
This weekend the British triathlete has won the title of Triathlon European Champion that was disputed on Olympic distance, previously participated in the World Cup of Cagliari, sprint distance, where he also got the victory.
Your next goal the WTS Leeds
This weekend, the Brownlee brothers will participate again in the Leeds World Series, where Alistair has achieved two victories and that surely comes with the desire to get the third at home.
In this test, will face the whole "triarmada" in full, with Noya, Mola, Alarza, Chente and Antonio Serrat
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